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The following list of organizations have information on environmental issues related to Tibet and the region.


International Campaign for Tibet (ICT)
1825 K Street, NW, Suite 520 Washington, DC 20006 USA President: Lodi G. Gyari; Director: John Ackerly Tel: (202) 785-1515  Fax: (202) 785-4343 E-mail: ict@peacenet.org URL: http://www.savetibet.org

A nonprofit membership organization promoting human rights and democratic freedoms in Tibet. ICT monitors current developments in Tibet and reports the information to the U.S. Congress, human rights organizations, and the media.


Office of Tibet, New York
241 East 32nd St. New York, NY 10016 USA Tel: (212) 213-5010 Fax: (212) 779-9245 E-mail: otny@igc.apc.org

The Office of Tibet, in New York, is the oldest official agency abroad of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. This office handles the affairs of the Tibetan Government-In-Exile in North and South America. Established in 1964, one of the important functions of the office is to create a better understanding of the situation in Tibet and the aspirations of the Tibetan people. The office works to draw the attention of the international community to the plight of the Tibetan people in Tibet, and to establish contacts with governments and organizations. It is also responsible for those Tibetans residing in North America.


The Office of Tibet, London
Tibet House, 1 Cutworth St. London NW83AF, U.K. Tel: 0044-171-7225378  Fax: 0044-171-7220362 E-mail: tibetlondon@gn.apc.org URL: http://www.tibet.com (The Official Website of the Tibetan Government-In-Exile)

The Office of Tibet, in London, is an official agency of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Established in 1981, its main functions are to create a better understanding of the situation in Tibet and to draw the attention of world public opinion to the plight of the Tibetan people and the functioning of the exiled Tibetan government. The official website provides a wealth of information by the Tibetan government including updated lists of Tibet offices, support groups, and related organizations worldwide.

The Tibet Information Network (TIN) is an independent, non-partisan news and research service that collects and distributes information on what is currently happening in Tibet. Set up in 1987 and based in London, TIN monitors social, economic, political, environmental and human rights conditions in Tibet and then publishes the information worldwide in the form of news updates, briefing papers and special analytical reports.TIN offers two types of services to subscribers. News Service subscribers are sent News Updates (information and analysis of developments in Tibet) by email, fax or post. These are produced as the news breaks, at a rate of approximately 35 a year. The News Service Subscriber also receives 4 major publications per year.


Students for a Free Tibet
632 Broadway, Second Floor New York, NY 10012 USA Tel: (888) SFTIBET  Fax: (212) 533-6219 E-mail: ustcsft@igc.apc.org URL: http://www.tibet.org/SFT

Formed in August 1994 under the guidance of the U.S. Tibet Committee and the International Campaign for Tibet, Students for a Free Tibet is an international organization with chapters throughout the world. Through direct grassroots mobilization, SFT seeks to assist and give voice to Tibetans in their continuing struggle to overcome oppression. Students for a Free Tibet recognizes the Tibetan Government-In-Exile and its current leader, His Holiness The Dalai Lama, as the lawful government of Tibet. Students for a Free Tibet is dedicated to eliminating the suffering and oppression of all people through direct, nonviolent, and compassionate action.


Tibet House New York
22 West 15th Street New York, NY 10011 USA Tel: (212) 807-0563  Fax: (212) 807-0565 E-mail: mail@tibethouse.org URL: http://www.tibethouse.org President: Robert A. F. Thurman

Tibet House New York is dedicated to preserving the living culture of Tibet. We feel that the wisdom and art of all nonindustrialized civilizations add meaning to life and enrich the emerging global culture. We share a special love for Tibet, its people, its spectacular highland, and its civilization of extraordinary beauty.


Tibet Online Resource Gathering
URL: http://www.tibet.org The Tibet Online Resource Gathering is operated by the International Tibet Support Group community, providing information on the plight of Tibet and serving as a virtual community space for the movement.


Tibet Justice Center
2288 Fulton Street, Suite 312 Berkeley, CA 94704 Tel: (510) 486-0588 Fax: (510) 548-3785 Email: tibetjustice@tibetjustice.org URL: http://www.tibetjustice.org Executive Director: Minnie Cancellaro

Tibet Justice Center advocates self-determination for the Tibetan people. Through legal action and education, Tibet Justice Center promotes human rights, environmental protection, and peaceful resolution of the situation in Tibet. A non-profit membership group, Tibet Justice Center is supported by attorneys, other concerned individuals, and organizations.


Canada Tibet Committee
National Office 4675 Colbrook Montreal, Quebec H3X 2K7 CANADA Tel: (514) 487-0665  Fax: (514) 487-7825 E-mail: cantibet@tibet.ca URL: http://www.tibet.ca President: Thubten (Sam) Samdup

The Canada Tibet Committee (CTC) is a nonprofit organization that was formed in 1987 to work actively to end human rights abuse in Tibet and to bring the plight of Tibetans to the attention of people and governments. The CTC publishes a daily news digest: World Tibet Network (WTN) News on the internet. WTN rapidly disseminates information on Tibet activities and events throughout the world.

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